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    "GRIN"// Hattiesburg, MS - A family brings to life a coffee truck, and launches a small-batch roastery with the goal of "happifying" their community. GRIN Coffee Co. is handcrafted people producing handcrafted coffee. Their motto? "Don't Sip Sad Coffee" #cultivatehappy #mscreativeeconomy #creativemississippi #smalltownstories A Film by Blue Magnolia Films and Corner To Corner Productions, in association with Mississippi Development Authority (MDA) - Office of Creative Economy & Culture. To order GRIN Coffee - www.grincoffee.com Email: cultivatehappy@grincoffee.com FB: Facebook.com/grincoffee Twitter: @grincoffee Instagram: grin coffee For Press Inquiries, contact: Tommy Teepell / tommy@grincoffee.com Follow our series of short films about Mississippi revitalization from a small town perspective. Connect and become part of our creative community. Facebook: BlueMagnoliaFilms Twitter: @bluemagfilm Instagram: @bluemagnoliafilms Vimeo: vimeo.com/bluemagnoliafilms Youtube: bluemagnoliafilms Music by Cary Hudson - www.caryhudson.com Konsonant Music - www.konsonantcatalog.com Sidekick Music - www.sidekickmusiclibrary.com Premium Beat - www.premiumbeat.com Claymation @azxd www.claymated.com Special Thanks Mississippi Office of Creative Economy facebook.com/mscreativeecon Natalie Irby and Corner To Corner Productions www.cornertocornerproductions.com/ Dusty Fierson Robert St. John Randy Tomeny Tommy Teepell Alicia Teepell Katie Rose Teepell Tripp Teepell Brian Rogers and Bruce Auto Recycling Logan White Bo Hensarling Andrew Rogers Shawn Hampton Rodney Richardson Chad Davis Tim Carly Grace Kent Johnson James Wilcox Glen Ulrich Ricky Sain Justin Smith Brice Young Timmy Teepell Natalie Irby Cary Hudson Norman & Susan Fast Rick & Shirley Griffin Lisa Joy Musselman Mary Margaret Miller Malcolm White

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      • Lucinda Hartley on Tactical Urbanism at Future of Local Government Conference 2015, Melbourne


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        Paul Bishop Interviews Lucinda before her presentation, which he also filmed at FOLG 2015, Rydges Hotel, Melbourne, May 2015

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        • Animating Spaces 2015 ~ Save the Date


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          Animating Spaces set to revitalise regional Queensland. Save the date for one of these events happening in a town near you. www.artslinkqld.com.au/animatingspaces After months of preparations, five regional communities throughout Queensland are excitedly preparing for their Animating Spaces main events. Animating Spaces is an innovative, state-wide multi-arts initiative of Artslink Queensland that re-imagines and celebrates regional communities through locally driven arts events. Now in its third year, Animating Spaces is delivering funding and services, including mentorship, to its last round of communities in 2015 with Townsville, Ravenswood, Mackay, Logan and Ipswich set to showcase their local artists and celebrate their unique culture.

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          • PAS - Gypsy/Traveller Event Film


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            A film about Gypsy/Travellers and the planning system. For more information about the work of PAS, please go to: pas.org.uk/ Created by Melt Communications: http://www.meltcommunications.co.uk

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            • The story of Lilac. The story of setting up the Lilac cohousing co-operative 13-03-2015 11.59


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              This is a recording of a short webinar about how the Lilac community came into being. The webinar is hosted by the UK Cohousing Network and the presenter is Paul Chatterton a co-founder of Lilac. Lilac stands for Low Impact Living Affordable Community and is situated in Bramley Leeds. The community comprises of 20 households, a common house- complete with communal dining area and kitchen/living area and guest rooms, allotments, off site car parking, constructed from local strawbales and play area! Probably more besides. Residents pay a percentage share of the development costs of their home to a Mutual Home Ownership Society. Monthly payments are caped at 35% of net income making this the UK's first equitable home ownership scheme. Hope you enjoy listening. Comments welcome.

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              • Alliancewithoutwalls-RedBrick


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                Alliance Without Walls involves the act of breaking. This project explores new strategies towards safety that is open and transparent. dala (artarchitecture for socio-spatial justice) believes that the process of this act demands an equally open and transparent attitude and needs to be underpinned by a democratic participative effort. In the first creative workshop saw the investigation from an educational and environmental. dala worked together with the students of architecture at DUT in front of the Alliance Fraçaise at 22 Sutton Crescent Durban. dala’s as both architects and artists will expertly facilitate creative workshops with the 7 local groups. Using Lego blocks as a tool to unearth a conceptual framework around ‘Critical Spatial Practice’ and ‘Spaces of Representation’, the aim is also to be inspired, informed and dictated towards a holistic final design that draws on knowledge of in situ experts. Alliance Without Walls is an Alliance Française de Durban and Urban Future Centre (DUT) initiative together with , CSIR ( Council for Scientific and Industrial Research in south Africa - Crime and Environmental design) SAPS, Metro Police, Safer Cities, Blue Security and dala.

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                • Beach Volleyball Update by Paul Bishop, Redland City Councillor for Division 10 (Birkdale/Thorneside)


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                  Redland City Council has completed it's first community 'Beach Volleyball' Court in popular seaside Beth Boyd Park, Thorneside. Local Division 10 Councillor Paul Bishop is committed to healthy, community activities for people in civic spaces, which is supported by RCC's Open Space Strategy. This initiative has been supported by RCC Officers, Local Community Residents and Redland City Ratepayers via the Councillors 'Community Infrastructure Fund'. Initially chosen to encourage positive, safe play for ladies, it is hoped this initiative will be supported by all members of community and used by a diverse range of people from all backgrounds.

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                  • Place Making at Curtin University


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                    Making Curtin a Great Place takes planning, coordination and programming of public spaces. See how we do it a Curtin.

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                    • Animating Spaces 2014 Samford Now


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                      Animating Spaces is an innovative, three-year state-wide multi-arts project that will revitalise and celebrate significant or unusual spaces within fifteen regional communities through locally-driven arts activities and events. Communities have the opportunity to re-imagining their town, employ local artists and creatives, build capacity, develop cultural project management skills, receive mentoring and support and funding assistance to present three arts projects. Animating Spaces Samford Now amalgamated multiple art forms in a vibrant celebration of people and place. "Animating Spaces really brought our community together and celebrated all kinds of creativity in a diverse profile of local arts." said Vanessa Chadwick, coordinator. Samford Shorts created history when local people and places made mini movies and screened in a short-film festival in John Scott Park on Friday 12 September. “We were looking for people from the district who have a smart phone, or video camera at home, who have dreams of being a filmaker but don’t know where to start.” says Project coordinator, Rachel Choi. “The best outcome that we could have hoped for and I believe have achieved is to inspire and encourage locals to use film to capture their personal stories to be shared with others.” Samford Sculpts enlivened the little known Samford parklands trail with a sculpture walk that was unveiled on 13 September. “When I walk this trail that leads to the old CSIRO, I see a blank canvas begging to be used,” says artist and local personality, John Salmond. “We invited local sculptors to express their experience of Samford and what unfolded was a multifaceted view of the village now.” Celebrate Samford coordinator, Vanessa Chadwick visioned growing the buzz in Station Street with a street arts progression on 13 September. “We held a series of puppet, lantern and music making workshops where folk from the whole valley made their mark and expressed what it means to them to live in Samford now,” says Chadwick. For more information, visit Samford Now online or Facebook

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